WikiBibliography of English Language Studies arc

Top(この書誌の目的など)



ARC ...


Archer, C. 1936. "Thou and You in the Sonnets". Times Literary Supplement 27.6.1936: 544.

Archer, Dawn. 2002. '"Can Innocent People be Guilty?": A Sociopragmatic Analysis of Examination Transcripts from the Salem Witchcraft Trials'. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 3 (1): 1-30.

Archer, Dawn. 2003. The Role of the Question in Early Modern English Trial Proceedings: A Corpus Based Approach. Unpublished Ph.D Thesis, Lancaster University.

Archer, Dawn. 2007. "Developing a More Detailed Picture of the English Courtroom (1640-1760): Data and Methodological Issues Facing Historical Pragmatics." In Methods in Historical Pragmatics, Susan M. Fitzmaurice & Irma Taavitsainen (Eds.), 185–217. Mouton de Gruyter.

Archer, Dawn. 2014. "Exploring Verbal Aggression in English Historical Texts Using USAS: The Possibilities, the Problems and Potential Solutions." in Diachronic Corpus Pragmatics, ed. Irma Taavitsainen, Andreas H. Jucker & Jukka Tuominen, pp. 277-302. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Archer, Dawn. 2014. "Historical Pragmatics: Evidence From The Old Bailey." Transactions of Philological Society 112.2: 259–277.

Archer, Dawn and Culpeper, Jonathan. 2009. "Identifying Key Sociophilological Usage in Plays and Trial Proceedings (1640-1760): An Empirical Approach via Corpus Annotation." Journal of Historical Pragmatics 10(2): 286-309.

Archer, Dawn, Culpeper, Jonathan and Rayson, Paul. 2009. "Love - 'A Familiar or a Devil'? An Exploration of Key Domains in Shakespeare's Comedies and Tragedies." in What's in a Word-list? Investigating Word Frequency and Keyword Extraction. pp. 137-157.

Archer, Dawn, & Culpeper, Jonathan. 2009. "Identifying key sociophilological usage in plays and trial proceedings (1640-1760): an empirical approach via corpus annotation." Journal of Historical Pragmatics 10(2): 286-309.

Archibald, E. & Edwards, A.S. G. (eds.) 1995. A Companion to Malory. Arthurian Studies. Boydell & Brewer.